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Lukuyu, Ben

Ben Lukuyu

Ben Lukuyu, PhD, works as a feed specialist for the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI). He contributes to the East African Dairy Development project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. He also works on feeds and feeding aspect on the Dairy and Pig Value chains development in Tanzania and Uganda respectively.  Ben obtained an MSc Natural Research management (crop-livestock interactions) at Greenwich University and later a PhD from the University of Reading in Animal Nutrition.